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that is their intrigue and controversy. we'll travel to the corner of america on a list of outlaws, the so-called "amish mafia". >>> how does this guy make $4 billion? well, you could say he brings new life to the common vacuum cleaner. meet a self-made man whose mantra is home making. >>> and military strikes possible against syria, convinced that the regime released deadly nerve gas against its own people. tonight, we have the latest. >>> keep it right here, america. "nightline" is back in just 60 seconds. >> from new york city, this is "nightline" with bill weir. >>> thank you for joining us, in this media age if you go on national television and insult any one group of americans from presbyterians to pole vaulters, there will be heck to pay, unless you go to the amish. now there is a show blowing up everything we thought we knew about these humble folk. it claims to have a sub culture that keeps them in life. abc's lindsay davis went into their quaint corner of america to find out. >> reporter: here in lancaster, pennsylvania, the amish here live like they have for decades, simply and humbly. but be
. >>> it is the girl next door, kicked up a notch. america's sweetheart like you have never seen here, jennifer aniston is getting down and dirty. opening up to us about fame and family and sliding down a stripper's pole. >> have some respect, that is your mother. >> and we would say this is their big break if they were not already famous. eli and peyton manning are having a moment in the sun with a new viral rap video, tonight on "feed frenzy". >> keep it right here, america, "night >>> from new york city, this is "nightline." with dan abrams. >>> good evening, and thank you for joining us. how did a wildfire cause the deaths of 19 of the most prepared and bravest firefighting pros? and why did only one of their members live to tell the tale? it seemed like a manageable fire until the shift in the wind changed everything. tonight, the lone survivor talks about the last hours, who made the final calls, including the decision that saved his life. here is abc's brian ñrross. >> reporter: the first report of what happened on that fateful day in yarnell's arizona, came from this terse call from a paramedi
of america's great allies in this region awash in blood. last month, i witnessed peaceful protests here. when i returned yesterday, i found a country with scars that will take decades to heal. it began with the military ousting of mohammed morsi, egypt's first-ever democratically elected president and the leader of the muslim brotherhood party. morsi supporters refused to stop demonstrations, despite threats from the military. which moved in last wednesday to crush them. more than a thousand people have been killed. thousands more injured in the past week, the military intervention sparked outrage in the u.s. and across the world. fors first time, we got an explanation from the interim prime minister. the world has seen the pictures, 900, a thousand dead in the pro-morsi camps? >> i am not sure you have seen the true pictures. >> do you wish that initial assault had gone differently? that there was too much force? >> we announced it, telling them this cannot continue. it is bad. we are open for dialogue. but they insisted. and they had weapons. and it was discovered. they used weapons. i am n
striking and big chains competing in our ever-growing super size nation. >>> keep it right here, america, super size nation. >>> keep it right here, america, "nightline" is unbelievable. shhhhh! in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet. yeah, our babysitter didn't have a million ways to serve mom up on a silver platter. we had to count sheep to fall asleep. and i always worried that i was creating an overcrowded sheep farm. in my head... never looked like that farmer took proper care of those sheep. too much? a little. [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline," with bill weir. >>> thank you for joining us tonight. you know, in my days covering sports, one of the most sobering moments came at an nfl hall of fame weekend entering a hall filled with retired legends in obvious pain. it is stunning to see these demigods shake hands with fingers and gimpy knees, but back then, many of them were behind these famous faces, with the nfl expected to pay out over 3 quarters
to face, the kidnapping case that captivated america, three girls, kidnapped and finally free. tonight, one of the last victims of ariel castro, say. >> and it almost didn't get made, and rocked our world. seven emmy awards later, the end is near for breaking bad. so what is next in store for our chemistry teacher turned math-maker. >>> and what is sure to send your tail ing. some get puppy pals, and everyone is on their best behavior. >> keep it r >>> from new york city, this is "nightline." with terry moran. >>> hello, everyone, and thank you for joining us tonight. the horrors they endured are unimaginable. and only they can really ever know what went on in that house. but for the three women held captive by ariel castro, today was a day of catharis and relief. now it is his turn to be a prisoner, but before he was shut away forever, his victims got a chance to say their piece. here is abc's alex perez. >> reporter: he is perhaps one of the most evil men in america, but before ariel castro was sent away to serve his life plus a thousand years, one of his victims had a chance to conf
. >>> and this is not your typical sports car, going from zero to 60 in seconds. and it may even be the safest car in america. we hit the road with the man on a mission to change the way we drive forever. >>> and come under fire. >>> stand down now! >> how a brave mother stopped the gunman, just the latest heroic woman to diffuse the violent situation. keep it right here, america. "nightline" is back in just 60 >>> this time, it appears deadly chemical weapons were used. potentially one of the worst war atroc atrocities in recent memory. our chief global correspondent martha raddatz was there. as a note to our viewers, this report includes a very disturbing and graphic image. >> reporter: the bodies sprawled across clinic floors, many of the victims children and even infants. others fighting for life, rescue crews trying to help them. victims frantically trying to get air, their bodies showing no other signs of injuries. no blood. >> the convulsions, we see a number of people, babies, pinpointing the people -- gurgling is usually consistent with a type of nerve agent. >> reporter: the rebel say that syrian t
't it? that here in america, at 5:00 a.m., with rain threatening, there is 1500 people out there. >> how are you doing? towards the front of the line, the horaney family is waiting, the early hours trying the twin's patience, this is the second year they have come. as a family, are you looking for dental and vision? >> they do, but what they have doesn't cover enough. we bring them here, once a year. >> reporter: brian and heather will get their teeth looked at. >> i have a couple of cavities that need to be filled. >> reporter: for their teenagers, their eyes. >> i have glasses. >> reporter: what is your ticket number? >> we're 101 to 110. >> reporter: the lowest numbers will get in first. those with the highest numbers could wait for days. oh, so you're one of the first in? >> yeah. >> reporter: good job. farther back in line, the ramos family has spent the long night in a car. >> they're going to have their eyes checked out. >> reporter: how are your eyes? >> they're okay, i just want to make sure o-- when i lean down r put the book up, i have to lean right here. >> reporter: why is i
? >> professional black women who have made a difference in america since 1963, made positive differences. she is a retired school teacher, i have done research. >> i came here as a young girl, never leaving arkansas before, being exposed to this city and the monuments here. and it moved me up. it took away some of the feelings i felt because dr. martin luther king jr. told us to think positive and to go home and help our families and help our communities. and we did that. >> reporter: in 1963, they rode a bus from arkansas, this time, many of their children and grandchildren and families made that trip. >> all of those who sacrificed their lives, made it for us today. it seems to be slipping away from us, we need to recapture it. >> coming from all walks of life. it represents us. >> i would say if you can't take a bus ride for justice, then you know, you don't deserve it. >> right. >> so i'll ride that three or four times if i have to. >> exactly. >> thank you for this trip. >> reporter: the bus broke down on the way, but nothing could break their resolve to get here. sarah and diana were wa
weekend making ten grand? >> reporter: in jennifer aniston's latest movie "we're the millers" america's sweetheart gets racy, playing a burned out stripper. >> i'm not buying you, all right? i'm renting you. >> from the beginning, i said yes, thinking well, wouldn't that just be great? i have never played a stripper, at least not in film. and then this panic sets in about two or three weeks before, a week before the actual day of shooting. >> reporter: for nearly ten years, jennifer aniston has played the role of america's sweetheart, on screen o-- and i real life. >> jennifer. >> reporter: her path into her heart was carved out of sympathy for her very famous, public split from her husband, brad pitt, who was cast as a victim. who seemed meant to be more of a bridesmaid than a bride. i wonder why it is that people of are so invested in your happiness, whether or not you have children? >> what is it that defines happiness? it is different for everybody. it is a lot of projection, i am so content and happy that wherever i am, knowing that whatever is going to be will be. >> reporter: s
here, america. "nightline" is back in just 60 seconds. >>> thanks for being with us tonight. and let's be honest. unless you are a genetic freak or a cyborg created in the labs of dolce & gabbana dropping a couple of dress sizes in a month is going to hurt. now, traditionally that pain comes at the gym or on a liposuction table or under a whalebone corset. but now there is a new way to wince your way into a size 4. tongue surgery that uses pain to erase all joy of eating. it's called the tongue patch diet. if you think i'm making it up just to scare you, here's abc's cecilia vega. >> reporter: meet marlene beltran and lisandra lanusa. two women about to start one of the most extreme weight loss plans yet. the tongue patch diet. plastic mesh known for hernia repair is sewn onto the tongue making eating solid food painful if not impossible. >> this is our patch. there it is. we put it right into the portion of her tongue. >> reporter: it's a kind of aversion therapy, pioneered in the u.s. by cosmetic surgeon dr. nicholas shegay. he introduced the procedure four years ago after first se
years ago after first seeing it done in latin america. >> it doesn't fit me anymore. >> reporter: lisandra lanusa, 27 years old and married. and 20-year-old marlene beltran. each hope to drop 20 pounds in 30 days. you heard that right. 20 pounds in one month. and they're ready to take desperate and extreme measures to make it happen fast. >> in a month's time i will be going to hawaii. i'll be wearing this bikini. and hopefully, i'll be looking great. >> reporter: when it comes to food, lisandra can't help herself. >> i love eating everything. american food, korean. >> reporter: and neither can marlene. >> i have a sweet tooth. like in the middle of the night i'll be like oh, i want a brownie or i want ice cream. >> reporter: she wants to look like she did back when she was 16. and with that new rock hard body she's hoping to catch a man. >> this time i'm just really motivated because i am almost 21 and i do have plans. i want to look my best and feel good. >> reporter: and anxious to turn her tongue into a tormenting deterrent to dinner. >> reporter: what does it feel like is pr
was it like? i can't believe they used to dehumanize and murdering babies in america. >> i want you to quit killing babies. >> i have the love of jesus. >> no, you don't, you have the murder of unborn children. >> reporter: he was here almost every day, two of his four children, 19-year-old corey? and 17-year-old david come with him. >> he spends more time out here than i do. >> reporter: many of the people on opposite sides of this fence have known each other for years. locked in a very public battle over the very most private of decisions. laurie is one of the clinic escorts. >> never stops, they're here, we're here. >> reporter: tanya is here to beg women to reconsider why they have come. >> actually, she is never here, she is only here because i'm here. tanya likes the camera. she is kind of a camera-whore, you don't intimidate me. >> i'm not trying to. >> really, tanya? >> reporter: meanwhile, back inside, dr. parker spent time behind the closed doors, doing what he, too, believes is god's work. at the clinic, he braces for bad news. >> they always say it is darkest right before the da
guys picked san francisco as the best city in america? >> the best city for travel, yes. >> reporter: that is allison bing, another lonely planet writer, updating the san francisco guidebook. >> we have never remet, but i he read some of your guide books. >> reporter: she showed us why to find the most exotic teas, and the best sslami in north beach. >> i know a good salami. >> reporter: in one day, the best of both worlds. time style, america portions. >> you have a pretty good job. >> the best, really. >> reporter: of course, every job has its down side. >> having very little personal time can be a challenge. i also feel like my job is privilege and i get to see things that nobody sees. >> reporter: carolyn spends 70% of her life on the road. >> for me, i love doing it. i am addicted to it and it is hard to give it up. >> reporter: it takes time to vet every situation. and the lonely guide claims still to do that. so what is the down side of the job? >> you don't get any sick days. and that can be a problem when you have 20 budget hotels to cover the day after you have been up all
week flat. >> how would i get it to america? >> reporter: but when i ask this man about smuggling, he gets a little cagey. >> i'd have to come here and get it? >> reporter: but he and a couple others mention a man with real connections. a man named emil mbuke, the boss. >> the boss. >> he work with the boss boss boss boss. >> julian finds him. and the shelves of his shop prove the legend is legit. ofir estimates there is 500 pounds of ivory here. around 30 elephants' worth in open display. which means he probably has connections and could be a lead to solving the case of that big malaysian seizure. >> the information that he holds is enormous. if we could only jump inside his head i'm sure we could start arresting some of the bigger guys worldwide. >> reporter: but getting him to admit to smuggling could be a delicate dance. >> let's see these pieces. >> reporter: julian begins by assessing the range of prices. >> something like that would be how much? >> $26,000 for the big one. >> reporter: and then eases into the topic of exporting. >> common export size. what's the -- what the opt
? that is crazy, in america he would be a candidate for congress. >> reporter: while the film sparked outrage by the majority of greeks and an investigation by the prosecutor, it is still considered the third fastest growing political party here, earning a seat in the parliament. >> there is a certain part that supports the party. maybe they think in the future they will have more power so it is good to have good relations. >> reporter: he said that instead of embracing the thoughtful democracy legacy of plato and aristotle, many of the young greeks are more identifying with the movie such as "300." violent race-based attacks are on the rise. those are just the ones reported. and the party spokesperson has yet to face charges after a pair of nationally televised attacks on female opponents. [ speaking in a foreign language ] >> reporter: after he tossed a glass of water in one woman's face, punched another six times, he picked up 6,000 likes on facebook. and then there are the marches through the stalls of immigrant merchants, where work patieperse demanded. they hold greeks-only food drives.
: it was an accident that had america holding its breath. the 5-year-old child of the star, usher, nearly drowns in a pool. but what follows is a custody battle. now, his ex-wife, tameka, says she wants to set the record straight. >> i think the kids are not getting proper care. and i think the reason for it is, he is not there. >> reporter: talking for the first time to abc news about her 5-year-old son, the accusations, and the detailed efforts she is trying to do to get more time with her children she shares with her ex-husband. she says his massive success as an artist and tv personality often means he doesn't have time to care for their two young boys. >> he travels, i would say, 85% of the time. >> reporter: how did things get so ugly? >> because he filed for full custody? >> reporter: when they first got divorce, the couple shared custody, but that all changed in 2011. >> he filed to take my children away, but i don't know what my fans think. but am i not supposed to fight? should i say oh, yeah, you can have them. they're not that cute anyway, they're my babies. >> reporter: it was not a
? gaga is back in fighting form. >> announcer: keep it right here, america. "nightline" is back in jus >>> good evening and thanks for joining us. he's been to afghanistan, worked as a fighter pilot, and lived his entire life scrutinized by the world's media. but it's a new challenge that's leading prince william to really lose sleep. yes, little george, his new baby. instilling a healthy dose of fear in the young prince he's never dealt with before. the first portraits of the king-to-be were released tonight. as william opens up for the first time about the far more pedestrian challenges of being a pop. here's abc's linsey davis. >> reporter: there he is, prince george, the new heir to the british throne. eyes closed and fast asleep. he was just days old when his maternal grandfather, princess kate's father, michael middleton, snapped these first public photos in the garden of their family home in bucklebury, e7kd. and today another first. prince william opening up to cnn about his first few weeks of fatherhood. >> he's a little bit of a rascal. put it that way. he reminds me of my br
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a new millionaire on feed frenzy. >>> keep it right here, america, "nightline" is back in just 60 >>> good evening, thank you for joining us, tonight, we explore a powerful case of crime and punishment, still being hotly debated 25 years after the fact. arnold friedman and his son, jesse, both pled guilty to a series of horrible sexual crimes. the victims? young boys. millions of americans debated the case and in the years since, new evidence has come to light including evidence from an appellate court, wondering if justice was really done. with witnesses recanting, we recapture the friedmans. >> what is today's date? >> today is the date before i went to jail. >> reporter: this is jesse friedman in a home video, 25 years ago, he is 19 and about to go to prison for a series of terrible crimes. hundreds of counts of molesting young boys in great neck, long island. >> a teacher in long island is charged with sodomizing young boys who were his students. did you ever do it? >> no. >> reporter: he may be denying it on his way to prison, but he pled guilty, along with his son. he went t
what she said about it on feed frenzy. >>> keep it right here, america, . >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with dan abrams. >>> good evening, thank you for joining us, many say that when you meet that special someone you just know. and some might even say the same applies when picking out that special ring. but there is a lot more to choosing a diamond than meets the eye. and underneath the surface, these precious stones may not always mean what they seem. my colleague went undercover to investigate. >> reporter: my wedding was the best day of my life, the setting beautiful, and the bride, a clearly out of my league doctor named bianca looked uncomfortable and hot. the only stressful experience was buying the perfect engagement ring, think about this, this is probably the most emotional purchase of your life. so how do you know if you're really getting what you think you're buying? >> looks like i'm a waiter at tgi fridays. >> or an undercover car salesman. >> reporter: to see how up front the dealers are, i have reluctantly agreed to wear a disguise, so i can go under
severe? keep it right here, america. "nightline" is back in just 60 seco cou . >>> from new york city, this is dan abrams. >>> good evening, when you think of the chuck e cheese, you think of games and maybe the mascot. it is directed at kids, but then there is alcohol, and adults playing dirty. there are brawls from wisconsin to pennsylvania. why? nbc's nick watts looks at the restaurant. >> reporter: all his family and friends gathered around. then bang, it all kicks off. can you hear happy birthday in the background? this happens, and not in frequently, bare-fisted fights. late last month, a mass brawl at a chuck e cheese during a kid's party. and it is the adults fighting. one woman holding a baby in one arm, swinging with the other. and there, that is the little girl trying to stop the grown-ups from fighting. >> a lot of parents can be very stupid and ridiculous. >> it is a disgrace. should not happen. >> reporter: but it does, a lot. type chuck e cheese into youtube, and you can watch wide-eyed as cell phone video catches the parties going very sour. i'm in chuck e cheese right
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gone wrong on feed frenzy. >> announcer: keep it right here, america. "nightline" is back in just 60 seconds. >>> good evening, and thanks for joining us. from frank sinatra to elvis presley, there have always been singers who work their female fans into a frenzy. then came the beatles and a whole new level of star was born. nowadays boy bands have become serious business. with millions, some even say billions of dollars at stake. at the top of the heap, one direction. they're part of a star-making factory that's kept the hysteria at a fever pitch. tonight an exclusive look at what it's like to be the new teen idol. ♪ i hold you >> reporter: every generation of girls has one, a boy band that rocks the heart of an era. ♪ one, two, three, four >> reporter: in this moment that band is one direction. hot in every sense of the word. successors to new kids on the block. ♪ step by step ♪ ooh baby >> reporter: the backstreet boys. ♪ that makes you larger than life ♪ and 'n sync. ♪ want to be a fool for you so big they did something even the beatles didn't do. ♪ you don't know
, and as always we're on line at good night, america, and have a wonderful weekend. >>> "that '70s show" in rehab, with we're her co-star. >> she was in and out of clinics. >>> hours after she drank herself to death. >> the question is why did she leave the hospital? >> i could make it through this, i can make it through anything. >>> then -- >> what when was the last time you smoked weed? >> oprah's pot-smoking past. heidi klum's plastic surgery confession? >> that i had a nose job. >>> is "basketball wives" done? >>> roseanne, d.j. and becky 25 years later, their mental illness and co-star's drug overdose. >> it was a big loss. >>> and is newlywed jimmy kimmel having second thoughts? >> it's terrible, it's like i can't have sex with other women 94. >>> "omg! insider." >>> "that '70s show" star lisa robin kelly's death and rehab, hello, everyone, i'm kevin frazier. >> and i'm thea andrews. her lifelong battle with addiction that cost her role with a show with ashton kutcher has cost her life. >> her co-stars talk about her and why rehab couldn't save the troubled star. we could se
. happy summer, everybody. thank you for watching abc news, tune into good morning america tomorrow. good nig >>> "omg! insider," the top trending stories you need to know. >> this is ridiculous. >> usher's ex breaks down. her custody fight after their son's near drowning. >> my son nearly die on the scene. >>> amanda bynes forced to stay in a psych ward. >>> then, leah remini raising the stakes, filing a police report. >> i do feel compelled to help families that have been destroyed. >>> plus, expendables after bruce quit. >>> plus, he survived extremely weight loss. >> i'm not sure we'll be able to do this. >> remembering whitney on her 50th birthday. houston's new tombstone. >>> and the beatles of broadway backstage with a look-alike. >>> for 24/7 access to celebrity news, "omg! insider." >>> usher fighting for his kids. amanda bynes facing another setback. i'm kevin frazier. >> our reporters are there as amanda bynes's parents are in court again today and usher goes in front of a judge to prove that he's a fit parent. >> we focus on amanda and usher and their crucial legal turning poi
'm necessarily happy to have him as a daredevil. what do you think, tweet us. tune into "good morning america" tomorrow. and as always, tweet us at >>> "omg! insider" the top trending stories you need to know. >>> i thought it would be really cool to bring a picture of north. >> kanye west finally showing us that little baby. >> how cute is that gorgeous baby? >> did the kardashian baby exclusive save grandma kris' show? >> she would love to have a second season and will be campaigning for it. >>> oh, please. >> taylor swift's alleged intruder in court today. >> the note he left at her beach home. >>> and break up with her boyfriend? brad and angelina's labor day wedding rumors and is cybill shepherd playing paula deen? >>> the secrets they are only telling own praw. >> i'm the new guy. >> and is arsenio hall a game changer in the late night wars. >>> and the one direction movie, the childhood photos you'll only see here. >>> now where yahoo! and broadcast meet for 24/7 news. >>> taylor swift's breached her compound, hi, everyone, i'm thea andrews and kevin frazier is visiting at
you at "good morning america" tomorrow. and as always, we're online at good night. >>> "omg insider," top trending stories you need to know. >> you are addicted to chaos. >> lindsey's addiction to chaos alcohol, adderall and cocaine? >> i really haven't done it more than 10, 15 times. >> was she lying to o >> you said you hadn't done cocaine but three or four times. >> of course i said three or four, i was terrified. >> how much is the truth? >> who knowprah?much is the truth? how much is wishful thinking? >> a star commits suicide at 29. >> shocking allegations about princess diana's death.s how >> new claims princess di was murdered. >>> william talks about his new son george. >> he's a little bit of a l. >> and suffering a wardrobe malfunction. >> are my boobies exposed because i feel air?rasca >> she weighed over 300 pounds. >> robin thicke his son and his wife on "blurred lines." >> i like the naked one better. >> where yahoo and broadcast meet for 24/7 access to celebrity news, "omg insider." this weekend belongs to oprah as she propels "butler" to number one
announcer ] hey, america, we're here to help. >>> we've got a brand-new mama and it is not katie middleton. new money, what would you do if you won millions? it is a classic dinner party game. but sometimes the green actually does come true. >> anybody that ever bought a lottery ticket thinks about what they're going to do with the money the next day and all the people they can help. >> winning tickets from the enormous $448 million jackpot has made some very lucky people brand-new members of the millionaire's club. >> i spent my life trying to figure out what it was i wanted to do when i grow up. well now, i get to do it. >> congratulations to the winners, and don't forget, paying it forward is what it is all about. >>> and would you believe anthony weiner's sexting partner is going all out, baring her body. s sidney leathers refuses to go away. now everybody can see what the disgraced politician may have thought was for his eyes only. >>> and tiger mom, it continues at the smithsonian. a female tiger has just given birth to her first litter of cubs. the new
. kindle fire is amazing. it's a life-changer. [ male announcer ] go online to order now. . >>> america's had a long-standing love affair with cars. but now if a billionaire innovator has his way, we'll have this new tesla model s. we welcome abc's contributor, betty lou, for a look at the car and the plans and the man himself. >> reporter: when you're about to compete in your first electric car race, brace yourself for the sound of? silence. but don't let those quiet engines fool you. because these days, quiet means fast. >> for a lot of americans, the only electric car they have driven is a golf cart or something like that. and the truth is, these are not golf carts by any stretch. >> reporter: every major car company is gunning for the electric car, detroit, japan, all represented. for now, an unlikely newcomer is getting top honors. the tesla model. a 400 horsepower engine that gets you from zero to 60 in four seconds, all without a single drop of gas. >> the style is terrific. it looks great, the overall packaging is terrific. that may be my favorite part. >> reporter: celebrities
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